"Proton" I like this system and it performs well, problem is that it has a couple problems related to cooling. The first one, which is a minor annoyance, is that despite the fancy watercooling CPU overclocking is limited by the motherboard not handling voltages as well. The secon problem, which is much mor major, is that by cramming in two cards for Crossfire the second card has such restricted airflow that simply watching 720P MP4 videos on the second screen will eventually bring it to 90c and shut down the system. I suppose the fact that I have a Wifi card and a LED lights card installed don't help, as otherwise I could use my vented PCI covers. I believe I can solve my problems (or at least mitigate their annoyances) By switching the case for one with better ventilation, and replacing the water cooler with a heatsink. https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/user/Futurdreamz/saved/cjqbvK That helps the video cards avoid overheating, brings down the entire system's noise level, and offers a more reasonable cooling setup for the system. (I'll have to pull out the Wifi card and the lights, but I don't need lights and a USB Wifi card I can reposition for better reception would be better anyways.). I can keep my water cooler, but I don't want to if it's an expensive part I can't make use of, and I am terrified of the thought of trying to put it back in. I might as well just pull it and put in an air cooler. Does that sound like a plan? Thanks.